Tim Youd is retyping Henry Miller’s Tropic of Capricorn in Coagula Curatorial’s booth at PULSE.
As you can see, the paper is getting pretty inked up.
Fact: Moms love art.
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We don’t have flowers, but we have Flowers Gallery and much more.
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Good morning art lovers!
Jason Rogenes built a stunning installation in the lobby of the Metropolitan Pavilion as part of PULSE New York 2013.
More of his artwork can be found here.
The fair is open today (May 10th) from 11am to 8pm.
We’re loving the DJ at our Young Collectors event at PULSE New York 2013.
PULSE New York 2013 is now open!
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David Platzker Named Curator at MoMA, Will Close Specific Object in May
David Platzker, the founder and president of the project space and bookstore Specific Object, has been appointed a curator in the department of prints and illustrated books at the Museum of Modern Art.
Mr. Platzker served as the executive director of Printed Matter from 1998 to 2004. In addition, he served as curator to Claes Oldenburg and Cossje van Bruggen, producing the catalogue raisonné Claes Oldenburg: Multiples in Retrospect 1964-1990. (MoMA currently has a solo exhibition of Mr. Oldenburg’s work on view.)
In 2004, he started Specific Object, which specializes in the publications and works of pop, minimal and conceptual artists. (They hosted an “exhibition” of Robert Barry’s Closed Gallery in 2011 and also organized a historical retrospective about the controversial 1974 Lynda Benglis Artforum ad, among many other excellent shows.) Specific Object will close when Mr. Platzker begins his post at MoMA in mid-May.